A Dinner by Chef Hannah
Hannah cooked us a truly wonderful dinner last night. The menu consisted of a chicken / broccoli ziti dish with garlic (of course) roasted red peppers and cream. Yummy.
Dessert was a chocolate mousse made from scratch with homemade whipped cream; very rich and quite amazing. Thanks, Sweetie!
I think she was proud of it (as she should be) because she asked if it would make my blog! ?Had I known, I would have taken a picture before we ate the meal. Instead, I snapped a pic this morning of the dinner debris…
What are the chances that she’ll do the dishes?
Other Hannah cooking adventures:
22 April 2011: Hannah’s Easter Cupcakes
5 March 2011: Hannah’s Perfectly Perfect Ebelskivers
9 May 2010: Smile, It’s Mother’s Day
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